Beija Flor Resort
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... is quite a hippy, backpacker town and is famous for surfing. The small row of shops were quite telling - some banks, a pet shop, a couple of surf shops and a load of vegan restaurants! Yay! Here I am staying with a friend that I lived with in Borneo. The same girl that I stayed with last time I came to Costa Rica! We met for lunch at the bakery. Wow the food was amazing! I had a green juice - with lime and mint - delicious. And the best salad - beetroot, ...
... the locals" and not being hoity toity with my shipmates. Their dad was feeding them and one of the kids asked him to share with me. Not wanting to be an 'ugly American', I accepted the offer. Well, it turned out to be an oyster, not an Oyster Rockefeller on a pretty white shell, but an ugly slimy oyster on an old shell, AND it had jalapeņo on it. I despise jalapeņo. But I ate the damn thing, smiled (probably grimaced), said "muchas gracias, Seņor" and ...
Buenas Tardes Everyone begins stirring about 5:00 AM. Since there is no coffee in our rooms we have to wait until 6 to head down to the cafeteria. Breakfast at 6:30 and then we load onto our buses by 7 and head out once again. Chad is back after singing the praises of Costa Rican medicine. He is on the mend. Everyone seems in good spirits. We arrive at our worksite at 8. More holes to dig and now with the cement *********** the first house ...
... central american travel:
Most people probably know this as a general rule of thumb anyway, but this specific example makes it crystal clear.
Try and buy western food and you'll pay through the nose, and it'll taste rubbish.
Buy local, and it'll be amazing.
Case in point: I have a pizza addiction. I haven't yet tried one out here, but the prices are huge, and I know it will be ...
... a surfer . . . lean, tan, barefoot. We parked next to a vehicle that caught our attention because it boasted several bumper stickers reading "Ron Paul Revolution". Only upon a second look did I realize it had Colorado license plates. Heck, turns out, we could have had this person drive our surfboard down for us after all!
We met up with Manny, our French surf instructor. Do they even have surfing in France? He introduced us to ...